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Issue connecting 1131AG - Regulatory domain check has failed for the AP

I have 2 1131AG LWAPP AP's purchased in the UK connecting to a WLC 5508 in the US that is setup only for Country US.  I am getting the above error when trying to add Country GB United Kingdon I get an error that 802.11b and 802.11a are enabled and must be disabled to use this country code.  I am not sure if there is a workaround for this because I do not want to disable these networks. 

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Well you need to disable them temporarily to allow you to set the other country code.  Once set, you can enable the 802.11a and 802.11b radios globally again.

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Issue connecting 1131AG - Regulatory domain check has failed for

download wlc configuration guide again. and see index global mode.

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Issue connecting 1131AG - Regulatory domain check has failed for

Here is the method to change country code:

GUI:

Step 1 Follow these steps to disable the 802.11a and 802.11b/g networks as follows:

a.          Choose Wireless> 802.11a/n > Network.

b.          Unselect the 802.11a Network Status check box.

c.          Click Apply to commit your changes.

d.          Choose Wireless > 802.11b/g/n > Network.

e.          Unselect the 802.11b/g Network Status check box.

f.          Click Apply to commit your changes.

Step 2 Choose Wireless > Country to open the Country page

Step 3 Select the check box for each country where your access points are installed. If you selected more than one check box, a message appears indicating that RRM channels and power levels are limited to common channels and power levels.

Step 4 Click OK to continue or Cancel to cancel the operation.

Step 5 Click Apply to commit your changes.

Step 6  Reenable the 802.11a and 802.11b/g networks

By CLI:

Before you can change the country code of a WLC, you must disable the 802.11a and 802.11b network :

>config 802.11a disable network

>config 802.11b disable network

Now you can change the country code of the controller. For example, we change it from US to IN (INDIA)

>config country GB

After changing the country,enable the 802.11 interfaces.

>config 802.11a enable network

>config 802.11b enable network

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Issue connecting 1131AG - Regulatory domain check has failed for

world mode wlc configuration join controller.. contact with cisco TAC engineering call 18005532447. TAC team help you within minute.

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